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Please provide information below. If this is an emergency, please dial 911. For help with Health and Human Services, dial 211. Information submitted below will be used to better assess disaster impacts on McHenry County.

Contact Information

For apartment landlords: If damage to individual apartments can be determined, apartments should be submitted separately. If all apartments in a building have similar damage, submit them as a group and and enter the range in the Unit/Suite field. Indicate the total number of apartments in the Additional Comments section.

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Contact Information For apartment landlords: If damage to individual apartments can be determined, apartments should be submitted separately. If all apartments in a building have similar damage, submit them as a group and and enter the range in the Unit/Suite field. Indicate the total number of apartments in the Additional Comments section.

Dwelling Information

Type:
If there is a business in the home, submit the home and business separately and indicate such in the Additional Comments section.
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Type: If there is a business in the home, submit the home and business separately and indicate such in the Additional Comments section.
Own/Rent:
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Own/Rent:
Water Depth:
Type "0" if there is no water; type "NA" if there is no basement or crawlspace; type "unknown" if unable to determine water depth.
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Water Depth: Type "0" if there is no water; type "NA" if there is no basement or crawlspace; type "unknown" if unable to determine water depth.
Is basement a primary living area?
Determine, if possible, if the basement is used as an essential living area, such as space that is used as a required (versus an optional) bedroom. Family rooms are not considered essential living areas. A finished basement does not necessarily make it an essential living area. A basement apartment or garden apartment is considered an essential living area. If a dwelling is a split-level or tri-level design, indicate this in the Additional Comments section.
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Is basement a primary living area? Determine, if possible, if the basement is used as an essential living area, such as space that is used as a required (versus an optional) bedroom. Family rooms are not considered essential living areas. A finished basement does not necessarily make it an essential living area. A basement apartment or garden apartment is considered an essential living area. If a dwelling is a split-level or tri-level design, indicate this in the Additional Comments section.
Insurance Type:
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Insurance Type:
Structural damage due to the incident?
If there is obvious/visible structural damage to the dwelling, select Yes and briefly describe the damage in the Additional Comments Column. If no obvious/visible structural damage, select No. Structural damage is related to the integrity of the structure. Structural damage may include collapsed basement walls and large cracks in the foundation. Structural damage does not include damage to drywall, carpet or paneling.
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Structural damage due to the incident? If there is obvious/visible structural damage to the dwelling, select Yes and briefly describe the damage in the Additional Comments Column. If no obvious/visible structural damage, select No. Structural damage is related to the integrity of the structure. Structural damage may include collapsed basement walls and large cracks in the foundation. Structural damage does not include damage to drywall, carpet or paneling.
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Additional Information (check any that apply):
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